Read more to find out the truth about hair removal.Hair removal has been a problem for thousands of years. For most of that time, true "hair removal" was painful, slow, and often not very effective. Lets face it the tweezers and pulling one tiny hair at a time is frustrating and not really worth the effort. The eighty percent of women and fifty percent of men that have unwanted hair theyd like to have removed seem to be constantly searching for a better way of hair removal.Most types of hair removal can be painful and will cause irritation to the skin. Youll see advertisements for painless hair removal. More often than not the truth is there may be some discomfort.Common Types of Hair RemovalShaving - Time consuming, and often leaves cuts and razor burn. Doesnt remove the hair follicle, therefore it must be done regularly as the hair grows.Electrolysis - Also, time consuming. The process may or may not be painful. Electrolysis achieves permanent hair removal by using electrical impulses designed to reach the follicle of the hair where growth occurs. Heres the downsideEach hair must be treated individually. The success and the level of pain depends much on the experience and the level of training the person giving the treatment has had.Depilatories and Creams- Designed to dissolve the hair; these may or may not work. The thickness of the hair being treated plays a major part in the level of success. In addition, some of these creams may irritate the skin and leave you with a condition much like razor burn.If youre looking for top of the line hair removal treatments, your best solution is laser hair removal. Laser hair removal has more than one benefit. Its available for many areas of your body: face, neck, arms, back, legs, thighs, shoulders, and bikini bikin wax are all possible with "laser "bikin wax" " . It also provides more lasting results than other types of bikin wax treatments. Performed by a trained professional laser bikin wax provides results with less chance of hair re-growth.Laser Hair Removal How Well Does It Work?Ninety percent of those treated with laser bikin wax have permanent hair loss. Ten percent have no results. The thickness of the hair along with other factors play a major role in the success level of laser any bikin wax process. The same is true with the laser process. It is important to note that more than one treatment is usually recommended to achieve the best results. After each session, most of the hairs reached by the laser will fall out. Any hair follicles that survive the treatment will start growing hair after roughly six weeks. Most patients have three to five treatments spread two months apart for the best results.
Living aids are a small device that spend their time in most cases inside and behind the ear of an individual who has a hearing impairment. The small device is used to amplify noises to increase the probability of an individual who is hard of hearing in distinguishing a sound. Technology over the past decade has greatly increased both the effectiveness of hearing aids as well as greatly reduced the obtrusiveness of a hearing aid. It used to be that an individual would have to wear an "ear trumpet" or "ear horn", which was a larger and very noticeable way of aiding hearing. Now many times you won't even notice that a hearing aid is being used until you look closely as they are very compact in size, and will often times blend right in with the ear of an individual. With the increased technology in batteries and power conservation, their is no longer a need for cables and pocket battery packets, instead the battery is concealed in the device itself! It's like James Bond, but this device is actually useful.There is several different types of "hearing aids" , which will vary in many ways among size, cost and power. Before making a choice on any different model or function, I would first recommend talking to your medical professional. Always put functionality ahead of all of your other choices. A hearing aid that looks great, but doesn't help your hearing, isn't going to be much of an aid at all. Same with one that you are constantly changing the battery out of,etc. Functionality and practicality goes along way in the purchase of a hearing aid.
Refractive surgery is a general term referring to the collection of many different surgical procedures, all with the key intent to fix the refractive error of the eye. Refractive surgery is the preferred treatment for rectifying a variety of vision impairments. Its popularity is owing to the fact that it produces efficacious and predictable vision improvement without any major side effects.Essentially speaking, refractive surgery is any eye surgery employed to improve visual acuity and decrease dependency on glasses or contact lenses. The refractive surgery field encompasses operative procedures for all types of refractive errors, be it myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism or presbyopia. The most common procedure is to use lasers to reshape the corneal tissue.Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) is the most commonly performed refractive surgery procedure. Especially recommended for treating nearsightedness, it consists of cutting a flap in the cornea in order to carve the tissue underneath and give it the desired shape. The eye surgeon may either use a microkeratome (a precision surgical instrument) or a laser to cut a flap of the corneal tissue. Then onwards, the underneath tissue is reshaped with the aid of the excimer laser (a high-precision ultraviolet chemical laser).Other refractive surgery procedures include Laser Assisted Sub-Epithelium Keratomileusis (LASEK), EPI-LASIK, Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), Radial keratotomy (RK) and arcuate keratotomy (AK), among others. Cataract extraction and intraocular lens implants may also be considered as types of refractive surgeries, since the key intent is to extract the lens with a refractive error and replace it with a new lens that provides clear and improved vision.As of now, LASIK is a clear winner among the available eye corrective surgical procedures. All the above listed refractive surgery procedures have potential complications. However, LASIK has a minimal complication rate of a mere 5%. With the technology in hand and with proper pre-operative examination, your laser "eye surgery" would go as smooth as a walk in the park.
Am I talking about death here? No, Im talking about life after a spinal cord injury. Why did I phrase the title of this article as I did? Because for many people who suffer a " "spinal cord" injury" , their first thoughts after being informed of paralysis, or wheelchairs, or a severed spinal cord, causing the patient to never be able to walk again, is indeed death. Why did I even live?I know that was one of my earliest thoughts after I was able to understand what was going on. Once I regained consciousness from my three days of coma, by awakening to a breathing tube being pulled from my throat, I was advised that I had an accident.Maybe a few hours later, its hard to recall exactly, I began to comprehend the great distress in the doctors face and voice as he communicated to me about how my spine was broken in three places and the bone fragments had severed my spinal cord, and as a result I would never be able to walk again. Maybe it was at that time that I first wished myself dead.Now its twenty-two years later. Ive had twenty-two years of using a wheelchair for mobility. Ive had twenty-two years of Afterlife. My spinal cord is still severed. I still have paralysis from chest-level down (T-4 to be exact). I have multiple wheelchairs; a basketball wheelchair, a tennis wheelchair, an everyday wheelchair. Over the years Ive probably had close to 10 different wheelchairs. All of the chairs, all of the catheters, all of the baclofen, all of the leg bags and tubes, all of the paralysis paraphernalia thanks to one moment in time of loosing control of my car, hitting a guardrail, tree, and house, snapping my spine in three places and injuring my spinal cord.Wouldnt it have been better if I just didnt have this kind of after life and experienced the bog finale afterlife instead? Well, I cant answer that for sure because I have not been able to compare the two side by side. But I can tell you that you can have a life and a rather rewarding and fulfilling life, if you so choose, even after a spinal cord injury. Michael E. Hylton, TheWheeledWorld.org, June, 2006
Heart burn is what we call the discomfort/pain that is caused by the contents of the stomach as they travel up into the lower part of the esophagus, also known as the gullet. The burning sensation that is felt is due to the acidic nature of the contents of our stomach, which the gullet is not meant to withstand.The presence of the acid in the gullet causes it to become irritated and imflamed. The lower part of our esophagus is in the central chest region, which is why it is dubbed "heart burn". It is important to note that sometimes the pain can also be felt in the upper mid section of the back; and that heartburn as nothing to do with the heart!There is several different things that can cause heartburn with the most simple being what we eat and how we eat it. There is several different types of over the counter solutions to help relieve heartburn and indigestion. Some factors that might contribute to heart burn are: - pregnancy - smoking - eating large meals - being overweight - tight clothing around the wasteIt is important to control heartburn, because if left untreated it can cause serious problems. Some examples of implications that can be caused by untreated heartburn are: esophagitis, esophageal, bleeding, Barrett's esophagus, and strictures. Generally heartburn can be easily treated by antacids or medication provided by your doctor, so it's not worth the risk.